Shapes - there are many you'll come across in KS3 Maths. Circles, triangles, squares, pentagons, rhomboids, trapeziums... the list goes on. But how good are you at shape identification?

Octagons and hexagons are different 2-Dimensional shapes but do you know what they look like? Some 2-Dimensional shapes are polygons whilst others are not, but do you know why? Some 2-Dimensional shapes are regular whilst others are irregular - can you tell the difference?

This quiz should be quite easy for you. It has a variety of two dimensional (2D) shapes that you will need to identify. See how many you recognise. It may seem very simple but please take your time and read each question thoroughly before you choose your answers. Over confidence can lead to carelessness and carelessness can lead to silly mistakes. And don't forget the helpful comments. If you do get any of the answers wrong then they should explain why.

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